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Slide Little Blue Penguin Breeding Program

Meet The Penguin

Meet the Penguin (Park entry not included)

Off-season: $159 for 1 to 4 people (NB: Park entry not included)

Peak-season: $199 for 1 to 4 people (NB: Park entry not included)

  • Additional person $25
  • Attendee must be 4+ years old
  • Maximum 5 people in a group

A beach-side interaction with our cheeky Little Blue Penguins. Help their carer feed* our colony of Little Blue Penguins, learn about their breeding, nesting, and unique personalities while getting up close to one of the smallest members of the park. Learn how you can help wild animals like these penguins in this amazing, personalised interaction.

Duration:

  • 10-minute private interaction with penguins
  • 5-minute orientation time

Includes:

  • 10-minute penguin experience
  • Receive an email link/voucher for 1 Digital photo to redeem online (additional photos are available to purchase)

Peak Season is all NSW School Holidays, Public Holidays, Long Weekends and Easter

Off-Peak is all times outside of Peak Season

Due to animal welfare being our top priority, experience availability is subject to change.

Disclaimer
*To ensure optimum animal welfare in warmer weather and moulting periods, a maximum of two people per group is permitted to feed the penguins. Penguins typically eat less during these times. Please note that due to the shy nature of these animals, and particularly during breeding season, the Little Blue Penguins may not be very sociable or emerge from their burrows. This is beyond our control. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

 

 

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Aboriginal Artwork

We acknowledge the Gumbaynggirr people
who are the traditional custodians of this land.
We pay respect to the Elders, both past and present,
of the Gumbaynggirr Nation and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.